Posted on May 13, 2013 at 10:30am 0 Comments 1 Like
Age: About 75,000 Years Ago
Location of Origin: Africa
The common direct paternal ancestor of all men alive today was born in Africa around 140,000 years ago. Dubbed “Y-chromosome Adam” by the popular press, he was neither the first human male nor the only man…Continue
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Posted on March 26, 2013 at 5:30am 10 Comments 1 Like
Cremeans family history is an interesting one to say the least: Our forefathers hailed from southern Ireland, where the Cremeans and its variants came into being in the late 14th century as a major second branch of the MacCarthy Reagh lineage. Its territories stretched from the counties of Kerry to its final home in the Barony of Carbery in an area called Duhallow, and it was with in…
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Founding MemberNollaig 2016 said…
Welcome Riocard, Thank you for stopping by. We love feedback. What kind of content would you like to see here on Wild Geese? Belinda :)
I would like to see more Gaelic history as in periods of 14th century and 16 th century of Munster and Northern cork
Thank you for having me here
Riocard, Fin O'Dwyer is a great resource on that subject, I'd think. http://irishhistorypodcast.ie We'd love to get Fin in WG, to share his expertise with our growing number of members and visitors.
Maith thú, mo chara, for being featured today! Well deserved
thank you very much, I am glad that i could provide something to the members
Riocard, it's been sometime since you've checked in with 'the family' here. How are you?
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